Well, either we are laying out fabric for a new charcoal gray pinstripe suit, or we now have a watertight roof. Woot, woot, woot! No more bucket brigades if it rains. Big, big stuff.
Bill has been referring to this step as "getting paper on the roof" so I imagined something similar to what is under the siding, a much lighter weight Tyvek-type product. While that never seemed like enough to make the roof watertight, I didn't ask, since he's the professional and I just work in an office, so what do I know? I certainly don't know the significance of the stripes, but it sure looks like suit fabric. This is the closest we will get to either of us wearing pinstripes, I think. ;-)